Chris Gore is an American writer and television personality. He regularly appears on G4's Attack of the Show and covers movies and video games for a living.
Television Appearances for shows not listed at TV.com
E3 07 Live - Correspondent
Gore developed a pilot named Critic's Court for the MovieWatch Network. The show was to have people judge movies, it never went to series.
Chris will be providing the liner notes for a tribute album to 80's films called High School Reunion from American Laundromat Records.
Gore's personal column on Film Threat is comically titled "The Gorey Details".
Gore is the author of the book The 50 Greatest Movies Never Made - A collection of films that were never made, but what he and many of the people in the industry believe would have been great based solely on the scripts.
Because it's hard for him to do as a movie reviewer, Gore choses not to have one "top" movie. He does, however, have a list of movies that he always mentions as his favorites: Slacker, Amelie, The Empire Strikes Back, Evil Dead and Taxi Driver.
Gore is a huge advocate of DVD publishing. He believes that because of DVD technology, independent filmmakers are now using the medium as a way for them to actually have their movie become profitable.
Chris boasts that he has well over 1000 movies on DVD in his collection.
Gore's first issue of his magazine Film Threat was only 500 issues and distributed to students in his Film History Class at Wayne State University.
Gore learned to read when he was 4 years old. He claims it was because he wanted to read the television listings of when the monster movies were on.
Chris states that the movie that first started his interest in movies was 2001: A Space Odyssey. He saw it when he was 5 years old.
The first season of Gore's Ultimate Film Fanatic on the Independent Film Channel (IFC), received the highest ratings in the networks history.
Chris has recently ventured into filmmaking, as the co-writer and producer of the comedy spoof My Big Fat Independent Movie.
Gore's online Film Threat was recently named one of the "Top Five Film Web Sites" by the Wall Street Journal.
Gore attended his first film festival at the age of 12. Since then he has attended well over 100 festivals.
Chris is the author of The Complete DVD Book: Designing, Producing and Marketing Your Independent Film on DVD.
Gore is the founder of Film Threat. Film Threat is a magazine and website devoted to covering independent films.
Chris lists the Sin City's Double Disc Special Edition as his favorite DVD release of 2005.
He has a once-a-week appearance on G4tv's Attack of the Show. He reviews DVDs on Tuesdays for a segment cleverly named DVDuesday.
Chris: Because magic is fake. Steven Segal is real...sort of.
Chris: I'm gonna count all the Superman movies as Journalism movies. Just like I consider all the Batman movies as Detective stories...except the Joel Schumacher ones. Those are like soft core fetish porn.
Chris Gore: The web offers a way to communicate and get feedback from your readers, the web is random access, the web is instantaneous in a way that print could never compete.